Apparently, the crown prince described the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei saying, “I believe the Iranian supreme leader makes Hitler look good."
"We were very successful against ISIS. But sometimes it’s time to come back home, and we’re thinking about that very seriously, okay?”
Russia's President Putin hosted the first trilateral meeting on Syria in November 2017 at the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
Three of the buses in one of the convoys carrying the evacuees to their new home never made it to Idlib: six fighters died in the four-vehicle collision.
How is it that the UN, EU, United Kingdom and Turkey can allow such a tragedy to pass without comment?
“We will not give up the right of return. Gaza has surprised Israel with something new – and we have more surprises.”
One wonders how much spare time a tunnel digger actually has these days. Perhaps he has more than we realize.
Erdogan Calls Netanyahu ‘Terrorist,’ Israeli PM Mocks Turkey’s ‘April Fool’s Remarks’ Over Gaza Clashes
Prime Minister Netanyahu blasted Erdogan, saying, “The most moral army in the world will not be preached to by someone who for years has indiscriminately bombed civilian populations."
After the crash, a second UAV of the Israel Air Force destroyed the crashed aircraft on the ground.
The low turnout defied a state law imposing a $28 fine on each eligible voter who fails to cast his ballot.
The prince said that it is Russia's responsibility to "highlight the atrocious acts that the Iranian government perpetrates against its own people."
A message was sent from the Jordanian Foreign Ministry to that of Israel, conveying the acceptance of the Amman government, after all diplomatic procedures for Weissbrod’s appointment were completed.
El Al noted that it had contacted the International Civil Aviation Organization demanding to allow the Israeli carrier to fly over Saudi territory on its way to and from India, arguing unfair practices.
The weekly pestering of Jewish worshipers at the prophet Samuel tomb is apparently a new leap in the scope of Turkish provocation against Israel – with the tacit permission of the Israeli government.
Hezbollah denied that Israel had carried out any raids on Syria’s borders. Other than to say it was “aware” of the reports, the IDF declined to comment.
The defense minister should probably devote more time to figuring out safe and expedient escape routes for the residents of northern Israel than to issue needlessly alarming messages.
“After Russian warplanes destroyed my city, we had nothing left here, our house was destroyed, and my father was killed by the bombing of warplanes Now we will lose my country."
Liberman: Africa has huge potential and Israel as a world leader in advanced technologies has exactly what Africa needs in agriculture, medicine, security, counter-terrorism and border defenses.
Two lawmakers sent a letter to Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan threatening to "introduce a resolution of disapproval" to block a nuclear deal with the Saudis.
The Institute concluded that there is an underground site at Qusayr, where construction began in 2009.
"Israel can deal with Syria independently and doesn't need any help," but at "farther ranges and to a bigger and stronger country," coordination with the US is important.
Former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo recommends curbing the enthusiasm and praise over the disclosure of details about the operation that destroyed the nuclear reactor in Syria – and criticizes Military Intelligence.
IDF operational details from Operation Out of the Box which destroyed a Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007.
Former Defense Minister MK Amir Peretz tells his part in the story leading up to the attack...
The operation to destroy the reactor, code-named “Operation Out Of The Box” was carried out by fighter jets following an intensive intelligence operation over a continued period of time, and removed a nuclear threat from Israel and the entire region.